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Top 10 wedding videographers in Boston, MA

Clients agree: these vendors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Blair Images

Blair Images

5.0Exceptional(10)
Offers online services
9 hires on Fash
8+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
M. says, "Thank you for all the photos! These are honestly the best we’ve ever had. The variety is great and believe it or not, you got pictures of everyone…even the maternity people. I can’t thank you enough. I will definitely be calling you for our next event. " Read more
RMD Photography

RMD Photography

5.0(4)
Offers online services
10 hires on Fash
6+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
Denisia P. says, "Quick response, professional and easy to work with, I will definitely use again in the future, affordable" Read more
Eyeamorphotography

Eyeamorphotography

5.0(4)
Offers online services
1 hire on Fash
13+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
Monica B. says, "Great photos I would definitely use him again reasonable rates and very personal " Read more
Al Pereira Photography

Al Pereira Photography

5.0(1)
Offers online services
14+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
Pete C. says, "Always an elite professional!" Read more
J9Pics

J9Pics

New on Fash
1 hire on Fash
31+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
I studied photography at Rochester Institute of Technology, and later graduated from Salem State College with a degree in Art, with a Photography concentration, and a minor in Foreign Language. I grew up and currently live in Danvers, where I am a member of the Danvers Art Association, the Peabody Art Association and am on the Fine Art Committee for the Topsfield Fair. I have won over 50 awards for my Photography. www.jeanninepelkey.com https://www.facebook.com/photographybyjeanninepelkey/...
Ever Changing Photography

Ever Changing Photography

New on Fash
5+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
I love capturing images that highlights the beauty & personality of each person/couple/or venue I work with. Each session is different, but making it a fun & enjoyable experience is something I take pride in. I truly love what I do, which I feel is evident through my images.
Photography By Michelson, Inc.

Photography By Michelson, Inc.

New on Fash
50+ years in business
Serves Boston, MA
We [rovide all-inclusive packaging to all f our clients.. Once you receive a quote for services you will not receive any aded costs, or surprises. You have our 46 years of experience and our A+ rating with the Better Busoness Bureau as our guarantee!

Your Wedding Videography questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Fash.

What is the average cost of a wedding videographer near me?

A wedding videographer costs $1,400 to $3,600 on average. Wedding videography prices range from $1,000 to $12,000, depending on the package type, number of hours, location, and add-ons selected.

When should I hire a wedding videographer?

Hire your wedding videographer at least 8 months before your wedding date, or up to 12 months in advance for weddings during the peak season.

Do you tip a wedding videographer?

Tipping a wedding videographer is not required if the videographer owns the business. Consider tipping if the videographer works for a larger video company or exceeds your expectations. Tip $50 to $100 to the lead videographer and $50 to $75 for the assistant or second shooter.

How much do wedding videographers make?

Wedding videographers make $50,000 to $100,000 per year on average, depending on location and experience. Top in-demand videographers make $100,000 to $128,000 per year.

How do I find wedding videographers near me?

Start by searching our list of wedding videographers, then compare reviews and costs. After finding and contacting potential services:

  • Decide which video style you like best and look for videographers whose style closely matches it.
  • Determine which end products you want, including highlight films, documentary films, and add-ons.
  • Ask for referrals from friends, family, your wedding planner, the venue, and other wedding vendors.
  • Read their reviews on Fash and Google.
  • Interview your favorite videographers and discuss your ideas and vision.
  • Ask the videographer about their pre-wedding, wedding day, and post-wedding process.
  • Get a detailed contract in writing that breaks down everything included in your package, the payment plan, and the refund and cancellation policy.
  • Discuss the video usage rights to confirm how you and the videographer can use the footage. Videographers often retain the copyright, giving them the right to use the videos for marketing and social media.

After asking questions and verifying their credentials, hire the videographer in your area.

What questions to ask wedding videographers?

Ask them the following questions when hiring a wedding videographer:

  • How would you describe your videography style and approach?
  • Do you have our wedding date available?
  • How long have you been filming weddings?
  • How many weddings have you filmed?
  • How many weddings do you film per year?
  • Can we see a finished wedding video you created?
  • What packages do you offer, and how much do they cost?
  • How do you choose the music for the film? Can we choose the music?
  • When will we receive our finished, edited wedding video?
  • What format will you deliver our video in?
  • Will we own the rights to the video? Are there any sharing or use restrictions?
  • Have you shot at our venue before?
  • Can you describe your editing process? Do we get any input into the final product?
  • Will you use a microphone to capture our voices during the ceremony? Will it be wired or wireless?
  • How many videographers and assistants does the package include?
  • Do you charge a travel fee? What does it cover?
  • How much do you require on deposit? What is your payment schedule?
  • What is your refund or cancellation policy?
  • Do you have liability insurance? What does it cover?
  • Do you carry backup videography equipment?
  • What happens if an emergency comes up and you can’t be present on our wedding day?
  • Will you be sharing our wedding videos on your website or social media?
  • Have you worked with our photographer before?

Reviews for Boston wedding videographers

Recent success stories from people in the Boston area.
N.
My wife and I got married June 23rd 2018. Chris did an amazing job! He got a lot of awesome shots of my wife and I but what I really liked was he shot a lot of everyone just having a good time and enjoying the day which I loved. My father in law passed away about a month before the wedding and we had a picture of him on a chair and Chris really made it a point to get some really good shots of that picture. That's not what we asked for but he just knew that it meant a lot to us that he couldn't be there in person and now we have those pictures that last a lifetime and its something we can really look back on and cherish. Chris is the best and I would highly recommend him for any event!
Blair Images
Ruby C.
Ryan is a dynamite photographer. He was very attentive to detail and blended right in with the event. It was a pleasure having you at the event.
RMD Photography
Patricia R.
They were very nice and punctual. There photos where great.
Eyeamorphotography
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